Turnitin solutions support academic integrity, provide feedback, encourage originality, and promote learning. Instructors can verify student submissions' originality, provide feedback, and guidance for citations and references.
Use Case and Benefits
Instructors can use Turnitin to:
Verify the originality of student’s submissions
Provide annotation feedback on submissions
Provide guidance on citations and references
Students can use Turnitin Draft Coach, a Google add-on, to:
Preview their originality score
Correct their grammar
Improve their citations
Accessing the Technology
Browser-based tool. The mode to access Turnitin depends on the use case:
For course work, instructors can activate Turnitin options in myCourses Assignments. Students submit to the Assignment submission area as usual.
All RIT users with an RIT Google account can also use Turnitin Draft Coach to check their drafts at any time in Google Docs.
Instructors can use the Turnitin website to check originality on RIT-related documents that are not tied to a specific course such as theses, dissertations, or papers for publication. This requires a separate account. Review Turnitin Originality Check for RIT Non-Course Work for details.
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